General Electric catalog offering insulators made by New Lexington High Voltage Porcelain Company

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Electrical World

New York, NY, United States
vol. 52, no. 18, p. 980, col. 2,1

GENERAL ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CATALOG. The Central Electric Company, Chicago, is distributing its 1909 general catalog, which is a handsome volume of 1024 pages. It has been the company's aim to make this catalog the most complete ever issued. Considerable space is given to the specialties for which the company acts as salesagents, namely, Columbia incandescent lamps, Pittsburgh transformers, Okonite wires and cables, G-I arc lamps, and New Lexington high tension insulators. One is naturally interested also in the extensive line of fixtures which are shown and which naturally give some conception of the fixture department, the most extensive in the West. The special announcement printed on the last page of the catalog is also interesting as outlining in a general way some of the company's plans for expansion. The company is desirous of placing a copy of this catalog in the hands of every individual who is actively engaged in plant operations, or who has anything to do with the specifying or purchasing of electrical material. Individuals who have not received a copy of this catalog are urged to write for one.


Keywords:New Lexington High Voltage Porcelain Company
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Researcher:Elton Gish
Date completed:December 29, 2011 by: Elton Gish;